Trained Doberman Pinschers Information



Owning and caring for trained Doberman pinschers is one of the reasons most people get into dogs in the first place.

These dogs are highly intelligent, extremely friendly, and make excellent pets and companions for anybody, adult or child. With the proper Dog First Aid and nourishment, your Doberman Pinscher will live for a long time, spreading joy and fun wherever he goes.

Often simply referred to as Dobermans, or alternatively Dobermans, Doberman Pinschers are medium sized black and brown dogs with long faces and a strong, muscular build. When you start Doberman Pinscher Training, it's best to work with puppies if that's a possibility. Doberman Pinscher Puppies will grasp the training techniques much more quickly and efficiently, meaning that your job won't be nearly as hard.

Before you even begin training your Doberman Pinscher, you have to understand what the ultimate goal is. Unless you're training your pup for agility or show, your main goal is going to be simply teaching the dog how to act in an acceptable manner.

Every dog eventually learns that when he's hungry, or wants attention, he can usually get it from you. However, different dogs employ different methods to achieve this desired result. Untrained Doberman Pinschers will bark, jump up on you, or bite you playfully to grab your attention.

Trained Doberman pinschers, on the other hand, will know that none of these actions are acceptable forms of behavior for your home. Through thorough training methods, you'll be able to wean your dog of these “playful” actions like barking or playfully nipping at you. In the end, your Doberman Pinscher Dog is going to be much more content once it learns how to behave properly.

For the problem of jumping up, you have to employ counter-active techniques. Puppies and dogs naturally jump up to greet people, because it's their best way of showing affection. When you walk in the door, your Doberman Pinscher Dog Breed will be overjoyed to see you, and will show this by leaping up onto you and trying to lick your face.

To train a dog not to do this, first show him that by doing it, he's going to get the opposite of what he wants. When your Doberman Pinscher Puppy jumps on you, stay in a standing position and turn away from the dog, showing him no attention whatsoever. Once your puppy understands what “no” means, you can also say this in a deep, commanding voice to get him to stop jumping.

After that, turn to positive reinforcement to show your half trained Doberman pinschers the right way to get your attention. Use the sit command to teach your dog to sit and wait patiently for you. Say, firmly and loudly, “Sit” and accompany it with a distinct hand motion. As soon as your puppy sits, shower him with affection and praise.

He'll quickly learn that the best way to get what he wants, attention, is to follow your commands to the letter. He'll end up much happier as a result, and chances are you will too.



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